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Our weekly round-up of things we like on the Design Week news desk.

Jotta Curated

Jotta's publication
Jotta’s publication

Designer and artist community Jotta has launched its debut publication, celebrating the works of those amongst their ranks and exploring topics such as obsolete ecologies and forgotten landscapes, spaces for urban bees and Beverly Hills architecture. The lovely pamphlet also folds out into an A2 poster, with the reverse of each article featuring a large-scale print.

poster spread
poster spread

For more information visit www.jotta.com/

Puzzler Girl: Dave Anderson & Tom Rosenthal

Bonkers illustrator and animator Dave Anderson has created this brilliantly peculiar video, a poignant ballad to the girl off the Puzzler magazine. Yes, really.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR2gXvMmR6c

International Women

Faith 47
Faith 47

A new show at Warrington Museum & Art Gallery brings together 15 female artists from 10 countries, all of whom work in underground art movements, shaping the way women are viewed in urban culture. Featured artists include Pam Glew, Sarah Joncas, Swoon and Faith 47.

Furie, Pam Glew
Furie, Pam Glew

International Women runs until 7 July at Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Cultural Quarter, Museum Street, Warrington WA1

Caro at Chatsworth

Caro - Capital
Caro – Capital

This week saw the opening of Caro at Chatsworth -14 sculptures by Anthony Caro displayed in the beautiful setting of Chatsworth House. Early steel sculptures painted in blue, orange and green will be shown alongside more recent words from the 1990s, showing the evolution of his experimentation with the surface, form and structure of steel.

Caro, Cliff Song
Caro, Cliff Song

Caro at Chatsworth runs until 1 July at Chatsworth House Chatsworth Bakewell Derbyshire DE45

Make it in Great Britain Challenge

The deadline for the Make it in Great Britain Challenge is rapidly approaching, with the closing date on 5 April.

The challenge is open to inventors, manufacturers, engineers, designers, businesses of all sizes, young people and the general public. It forms part of the Make it in Great Britain [http://www.designweek.co.uk/news/make-it-in-great-britain-exhibition-calls-for-exhibits/3032758.article] campaign, which aims to change the image of modern manufacturing.
The winning entries from each category will be displayed at the Science Museum in London during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

For more information visit http://makeitingreatbritain.bis.gov.uk/Enter-the-challenge.

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